Rectify a game- changer for Aussies
AUSTRALIAN actors Aden Young and Adelaide Clemens are on a winner after their TV series Rectify was renewed for a fourth season.
The Canadian- born Aussie star Young plays the lead in the fictional chilling tale of a man, Daniel Holden, who spends 19 years on death row for raping and murdering his teenage girlfriend before DNA evidence exonerates him.
Clemens plays Tawney Talbot, Holden’s deeply religious sister- in- law.
The announcement that Rectify would go into production again was made before the third season started in the US on July 9, according to Variety. com. The series airs on SBS One in Australia and after the second season was announced, Young said that he had to relocate from Sydney to North America because his career was on the rise.
“We have packed up and we’ll move to LA ... or wherever we see fit,” he said.
Young, who played a sheriff opposite Ed Harris and Eva Longoria in the feature film Frontera, which was released in 2014, will soon appear as a lead in the SBS drama The Principal.